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by Paul Lentz
Wed Jan 18, 2017 9:58 pm
Forum: The Lounge
Topic: Recipes!
Replies: 3020
Views: 174092

Re: Recipes!

Notorial Dissent wrote:Oh come on now, you always salt watermelon and apples and pepper cantaloupe.
Oh, sweet baby Jesus, I would never do any of those things. Seriously...NEVAH.
by Paul Lentz
Wed Jan 18, 2017 9:56 pm
Forum: Military
Topic: Ms. Manning's Court Martial
Replies: 315
Views: 22956

Re: Ms. Manning's Court Martial

Question as this is so far out of my range of expertise I have no idea: When a President commutes a sentence, can he impose conditions? Like probation, or something to insure that this person doesn't become a thorn in the side of our government? Yes...conditions are almost always imposed with a com...
by Paul Lentz
Wed Jan 18, 2017 9:29 pm
Forum: The Lounge
Topic: Recipes!
Replies: 3020
Views: 174092

Re: Recipes!

4 cans of peas (they weren't black-eyed peas, they were probably white acre peas/lady peas--although I'm sure they called them something else--but they had a "black eye") 1 shank smoked ham--skin on 3 boxes of frozen chopped spinach (there being no fresh mustard greens, turnip greens, OR spinach in...
by Paul Lentz
Wed Jan 18, 2017 5:52 pm
Forum: The Lounge
Topic: Recipes!
Replies: 3020
Views: 174092

Re: Recipes!

I'm still trying to grasp the fact that there are people who don't have a bottle of karo in the back of the cabinet. I just asked my dog walker if she had corn syrup. She said no, but she was thinking about buying some. To mix with bird seed for a craft thing to feed the birds. She also said pies a...
by Paul Lentz
Tue Jan 17, 2017 10:25 pm
Forum: The Lounge
Topic: Recipes!
Replies: 3020
Views: 174092

Re: Recipes!

This conversation brought to mind the first New Year's after we relocated to NW Pennsylvania. We had had a very busy time, what with the relocation, a new baby, buying our home and then doing some renovations, Thanksgiving, Christmas, adjusting to regular snow beginning in late September, etc. Anyho...
by Paul Lentz
Tue Jan 17, 2017 9:28 pm
Forum: The Lounge
Topic: Recipes!
Replies: 3020
Views: 174092

Re: Recipes!

Personally, I don't understand how W4 could make baked beans without molasses...DO YOU? I HAVE molasses, of course. And a can opener, which is how I make baked beans. A can opener ??? :swoon: Great balls of fire. was NOT going to go there with the molasses, but now that you've brought it up..... I ...
by Paul Lentz
Tue Jan 17, 2017 8:50 pm
Forum: The Lounge
Topic: Recipes!
Replies: 3020
Views: 174092

Re: Recipes!

Today was one of those days where I was not a bit sure what I was going to make for lunch for Mom and I (usually I plan these things out as well as I can ahead of time, and even do a bit of the prep work the night before so I can just throw it together quickly the next day). Well, at 10 AM, I was lo...
by Paul Lentz
Tue Jan 17, 2017 6:40 pm
Forum: The Lounge
Topic: Recipes!
Replies: 3020
Views: 174092

Re: Recipes!

Oh, man, that onion pie looks mighty good! Just to add to the conversation, I talked with CB about this, and neither one of us actually has any memory of any home we've ever lived in or visited frequently (including childhood, aunts, uncles, grannies and kissin' kin, plus our own homes) that did not...
by Paul Lentz
Sat Jan 14, 2017 9:52 pm
Forum: The Lounge
Topic: Recipes!
Replies: 3020
Views: 174092

Re: Recipes!

A couple of additions to the thread tonight: :snippity: :snippity: :snippity: Edited to correct ingredient measurements, above, and to add cooking notes. Too many apples? - there's always Apple Jack! Well, the fact is that, with two final big globs of beet and apple slaw, plus carrot/apple/raisin s...
by Paul Lentz
Fri Jan 13, 2017 10:56 pm
Forum: The Lounge
Topic: Recipes!
Replies: 3020
Views: 174092

Re: Recipes!

A couple of additions to the thread tonight: 1) Do ya'll know and love "spiced apple rings?" That's those jars of apple cross-wise slices in the bright red syrup? You see them most frequently around Thanksgiving and Christmas. Well, I DO know and love them, and first came to know them as the jarred ...
by Paul Lentz
Thu Jan 05, 2017 10:04 pm
Forum: Terry Trussell
Topic: Terry Trussell - Dixie County Common Law Grand Jury Foreman
Replies: 9832
Views: 619378

Re: Terry Trussell - Dixie County Common Law Grand Jury Foreman

Just a quick update on the bond order appeal filed by Garcia with the 1st District Court of Appeal (1DCA). The 1DCA has issued its standard "pay up or get out" notice, giving Trussell 30 days to either pay the appeal filing fee, file an order of insolvency (indigency), or face dismissal of the appea...
by Paul Lentz
Wed Jan 04, 2017 10:19 pm
Forum: Terry Trussell
Topic: Terry Trussell - Dixie County Common Law Grand Jury Foreman
Replies: 9832
Views: 619378

Re: Terry Trussell - Dixie County Common Law Grand Jury Foreman

Here's 139, Frank mentions that Terry keeps mouthing off in his letters to the Patriots and Ingie Dingie doesn't catch on this is not helpful :lol: http://deffe.com/images/2017/01/05/MessageBoards.png Well, thank you very much! I have no idea why that page is not showing up for me on SCRIBD (and I ...
by Paul Lentz
Wed Jan 04, 2017 9:57 pm
Forum: Terry Trussell
Topic: Terry Trussell - Dixie County Common Law Grand Jury Foreman
Replies: 9832
Views: 619378

Re: Terry Trussell - Dixie County Common Law Grand Jury Foreman

:lol: Totally agree with you Paul! --she's a doofus and a fool :wave: But I see the next page... 137 (140 in the PDF) is Fogbow Nasty and 138 (141 in the PDF) is more about Harry Riley, no? And, the mention that Rodger B. Dowdell, Jr. and Hagen Smith were not investigated FOR THIS CASE. Hints of th...
by Paul Lentz
Wed Jan 04, 2017 9:37 pm
Forum: Terry Trussell
Topic: Terry Trussell - Dixie County Common Law Grand Jury Foreman
Replies: 9832
Views: 619378

Re: Terry Trussell - Dixie County Common Law Grand Jury Foreman

And I'd also have to say that Garcia's characterization (and Linton's basic agreement) that we attack everyone and are "nasty" is completely incorrect. The really hi-larious part is that, IMO, Garcia ( :wave: ) aided the state by asking such a dumb question. The officer testified that his assignmen...
by Paul Lentz
Wed Jan 04, 2017 9:27 pm
Forum: Terry Trussell
Topic: Terry Trussell - Dixie County Common Law Grand Jury Foreman
Replies: 9832
Views: 619378

Re: Terry Trussell - Dixie County Common Law Grand Jury Foreman

Oh, my. 190 pages of truly juicy and crunchy goodness! Thanks so much, Realist! I loved the shout out to the Fogbow (hello Inger :wave: ) (hello Frank :wave: ) If I were among those inclined to paranoid, I'd have to wonder why the only blank/missing page in the whole 190 pages is the one just follo...
by Paul Lentz
Wed Jan 04, 2017 9:03 pm
Forum: Terry Trussell
Topic: Terry Trussell - Dixie County Common Law Grand Jury Foreman
Replies: 9832
Views: 619378

Re: Terry Trussell - Dixie County Common Law Grand Jury Foreman

Oh, my. 190 pages of truly juicy and crunchy goodness! Thanks so much, Realist! I loved the shout out to the Fogbow (hello Inger :wave: ) (hello Frank :wave: ) If I were among those inclined to paranoid, I'd have to wonder why the only blank/missing page in the whole 190 pages is the one just follow...
by Paul Lentz
Mon Jan 02, 2017 10:56 pm
Forum: The Lounge
Topic: Recipes!
Replies: 3020
Views: 174092

Re: Recipes!

Maybe instead of propping the handles you could add weights at the opposite edge, like balancing a tire. Obviously lead is out, but something else... a grooved stone? Tricky because the groove would optimally be curved. And definitely something removable for cleaning purposes. (Unless you're a skil...
by Paul Lentz
Mon Jan 02, 2017 10:07 pm
Forum: The Lounge
Topic: Recipes!
Replies: 3020
Views: 174092

Re: Recipes!

I've been drooling over these http://shop.lodgemfg.com/prodcat/seasoned-steel.asp I'm thinking of replacing the cast iron skillet that I use when camping. Those sure look good to me, Chilidog! And it sure seems like they'd (replacing the cast iron) lighten your backpack load for camping when you're...
by Paul Lentz
Mon Jan 02, 2017 10:01 pm
Forum: The Lounge
Topic: Recipes!
Replies: 3020
Views: 174092

Re: Recipes!

If the cast iron is thick enough, you might could find a machine shop somewheres that would abrasively flatten (like with a Blanchard grinder) the bottoms of your skillets. It's mildly radical but might enable you to cook on them flat-tops in the manner to which you are accustomed. 8-) I thought of...
by Paul Lentz
Sun Jan 01, 2017 9:41 pm
Forum: Terry Trussell
Topic: Terry Trussell - Dixie County Common Law Grand Jury Foreman
Replies: 9832
Views: 619378

Re: Terry Trussell - Dixie County Common Law Grand Jury Foreman

I guess I hadn't twigged to Morburger being strictly a civil attorney, but it makes perfect sense, if you're TT. You hire a hack condo real estate attorney to conduct your major felony defense and a appellate attorney to do your appeal who only deals in civil cases. Real executive thinking there, a...
by Paul Lentz
Sun Jan 01, 2017 8:58 pm
Forum: The Lounge
Topic: Recipes!
Replies: 3020
Views: 174092

Re: Recipes!

Paul, do you have room for a countertop burner? It would still be electric but you could use your cast iron. Or a propane camping burner? Room? Yes. But the truth is that CB is mostly unsympathetic (probably because she pulls cleaning duty more than I do) to my rants about cooking on a smooth cookt...
by Paul Lentz
Sun Jan 01, 2017 7:18 pm
Forum: The Lounge
Topic: Recipes!
Replies: 3020
Views: 174092

Re: Recipes!

Sugar Mags, your kitchen sounds a lot like ours, complete with the bacon grease can, the cast iron skillets (and dutch ovens...and griddles, some of which I know very well are over 150 years old), the nearly constant pot of rice. When I was a kid, most of the cooking in our home was at my Dad's hand...
by Paul Lentz
Sun Jan 01, 2017 11:28 am
Forum: The Lounge
Topic: Recipes!
Replies: 3020
Views: 174092

Re: Recipes!

Dang, W4, that Pear Tart Tatin is freakin' beautiful!!! I want some! Do you think the recipe would work with apples--we bought two large bags of apples in one of the local schools' fundraising drives, and they're getting past their prime... First you make a roux..... :rotflmao: Sugar Mags, I can hea...
by Paul Lentz
Sun Jan 01, 2017 9:39 am
Forum: The Lounge
Topic: Recipes!
Replies: 3020
Views: 174092

Re: Recipes!

When I was growing up in Florida, the "base" for many dishes (including soups and sauces, plus roasts and chicken dishes) was mirepoix (onion, carrots, celery), and that's how I always cooked, too. I never even considered any other base until I got hooked on the John Folse cooking show on PBS ( Tast...
by Paul Lentz
Sat Dec 31, 2016 9:04 pm
Forum: The Lounge
Topic: Recipes!
Replies: 3020
Views: 174092

Re: Recipes!

Like I said, we were hitting the champagne pretty hard. 2-4 cups cooked black eye peas, rinsed (I used dried beans but you can use frozen or canned too) 1 large tomato, chopped at least 1 cup trinity 2 Tsp olive oil 3 Tsp balsamic vinegar optional stuff to add: shoepeg or whole kernel corn avacado ...

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